Used to Be by Eileen Cook download in iPad, ePub, pdf
It's really quite simple when you look at it. But since it always means something that happened in the past, it should always use past tense. She cleaned the house regularly in the past.
He used to play football professionally but he had to quit because of an injury. Since the divorce, she has become very sad. You will soon be used to living alone. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used as an adjective.
Practice On a piece of paper or in a word processing program, write one sentence using each of the verbs from this lesson used to, be used to, get used to. My grandfather would do exercises every day before work.
No, I didn't use to exercise on a regular basis. We just conjugate the verb be in the tense that we need. When we lived in Bangkok, we were used to hot weather.
Now he doesn't climb trees. Write the sentences correctly. He is not used to New York. She is getting used to working at that company.
Get used shows that something is in the process of becoming normal. The expression be used to has a similar meaning to be good at. She used to clean the house.
But I think she'll get used to her new life. She used to work at that company. Maria is used to driving the car. David used to live in Madrid. In these cases the past tense is shown with the did and didn't.
The other reason is because it seems like the tense changes. He doesn't like that small town, but he'll get used to it. When speaking, we frequently run words together join words so it would sound like Use-to. Grammar Notes A variety of English grammar notes and rules including charts and examples for beginner to advanced level students.
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